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L'harmonisation de la représentation d'intêret au Parlement

Abstract : For a long time, despite the stakes, neither the National Assembly nor the Senate regulated the exercise of the representation of interests within them. This lack of regulation did not mean that lobbying was conducted outside of any legal framework. Article 27 of the Constitution provides that "any imperative mandate is void" while the new Penal Code sanctions breaches of probity. At the same time, public relations companies in search of a better image have decided to draft their own ethical charters. Since then, the situation has changed. From now on, the National Assembly and the Senate regulate the activities of lobbying. While these regulations have the merit of existing, they remain insufficient. Indeed, the mechanisms in force have not made it possible to achieve the expected objectives. Therefore, an evolution and a harmonization of the regulations seem essential. The subject of my thesis would be the elaboration of a common system and a new register which would be compulsory and would present a more detailed typology of the representatives of interests to the two chambers of Parliament, local authorities, public administrations and to departments where opportunities for influence remain important.
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Stanislas Andre. L'harmonisation de la représentation d'intêret au Parlement. Droit. COMUE Université Côte d'Azur (2015 - 2019), 2017. Français. ⟨NNT : 2017AZUR0034⟩. ⟨tel-01737192v2⟩



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